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    A man has been charged with making threats against President Joe Biden’s life via the internet, The Associated Press reported. Federal prosecutors claimed 58-year-old John Jacobs Ahrens of Tulsa, Oklahoma threatened to kill the president, along with members of Congress and their families, according to the Associated Press. Ahrens reportedly threatened the president and other...
    DONALD Trump's ex-bodyguard who became a top executive is now being investigated in New York City as part of a criminal probe into the Trump organization. Big Apple prosecutors are reportedly trying to find out if Matthew Calamari got tax-free benefits as they investigate whether the former president's company illegally avoided paying taxes on...
    The National Football League is back to normal – for vaccinated players. On June 16, 2021 at 4:58 p.m. Rob floor Associated Press The NFL and the Players’ Association have revised COVID-19 protocols to fully facilitate controls for vaccinated players and to encourage vaccination. Unannounced players...
    A man from Oregon suspected of killing three people forced a woman to drive him for 33 hours to Wisconsin, before turning himself in, according to the Associated Press. Oen Evan Nicholson held Laura Johnson, 34, at gunpoint, as she was returning to her parking spot from her lunch break Friday in Springfield, Oregon. He...
    DENVER (AP) — U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra met with Colorado Gov. Jared Polis Friday on a visit to Denver that is part of the Biden administration’s effort to promote COVID-19 vaccines among hesitant minority communities that have some of the lowest inoculation rates. Becerra, who is the first Latino to lead...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Yasmani Grandal hit a game-ending RBI single in the 10th inning and the Chicago White Sox beat Tampa Bay 8-7, taking two of three from the Rays in a matchup of division leaders. Jóse Abreu hit his 12th homer of the season for the White Sox, who’ve won 10 of 13. READ...
    BELARUS — Dissent: Belarusian journalist Raman Pratasevich — who was arrested when his airliner was diverted to Minsk — was brought to a news conference at the National Press Center Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Minsk on Monday, prompting a foreign journalist to walk out in protest. The opposition said the Monday appearance by Pratasevich...
    The Associated Press announced on Tuesday that it will no longer release mugshots or name of suspects involved in "brief stories about minor crimes." AP reporter Farnoush Amiri shared the new guidance on Twitter, writing that "In a huge departure, @AP will no longer name suspects in brief stories about minor crimes in which there is...
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    By Michael Kunzelmen and Nomaan Merchant | Associated Press WASHINGTON — A new federal intelligence report warns that adherents of QAnon, the conspiracy theory embraced by some in the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol, could target Democrats and other political opponents for more violence as the movement’s false prophecies don’t come true. Many QAnon...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Joc Pederson homered and drove in three runs, Anthony Rizzo and Willson Contreras went deep and the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-5 on Friday afternoon. The Cubs billed it as “Opening Day 2.0” because Wrigley Field was operating at 100% capacity for the first time since 2019. READ MORE:...
    Law enforcement faces recruitment difficulties as retirements soar and anti-police sentiment rises in the wake of mass protests and calls to defund the police, the Associated Press reported. Since the death of George Floyd by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, crime has surged in America’s major cities amid Black Lives Matter protests and calls...
    BEFORE becoming president, Joe Biden had taken his chances at becoming the leader of the US on three other occasions. Aside from running alongside President Barack Obama in 2008, he also ran his own campaign that year and in 1988. 7Joe Biden arrives on stage to address the assembly on the second day of the...
    SAN DIEGO (CBS/AP) — Joc Pederson and Sergio Alcantara homered, and Jake Arrieta threw five strong innings for the Chicago Cubs, who beat former teammate Yu Darvish and the San Diego Padres 3-1 to take two of three. The Cubs beat the Padres five times in six games in a 10-day stretch, including a three-game...
    You need to see these 10 special Amazon deals only Prime members can get Paraguay vs. Brazil Live Stream: Watch World Cup Qualifying Online, Time NEW YORK (AP) — Color. Dance. Music. Joy. An all Latino cast! © Provided by Associated Press Film In the Heights The hype for “In the Heights” has brought...
    10 Foolproof Sneaker + Dress Combo Templates To Copy Heat assistant Caron Butler trying to end prison solitary confinement in Connecticut NEW YORK (AP) — As a student as Wesleyan, Lin-Manuel Miranda began writing what would become “In the Heights,” the musical that would launch him as a playwright and performer and that would...
    Israel has informed the Associated Press (AP) that Palestinian Hamas terrorists were using the building it shared with other news agencies in Gaza to house electronic equipment that was used to try to interfere with the Iron Dome system. The Iron Dome missile defense system protected Israeli civilians from terrorist rockets, potentially saving thousands of...
    Israeli Ambassador to the UN and US Gilad Erdan told the Associated Press on Monday that the Palestinian terror group Hamas was using its now destroyed Gaza building to obstruct the Iron Dome missile defense system, according to the Jerusalem Post and the Times of Israel. "That is why it was prioritized [as a target]...
    Associated Press representatives met with Israel’s ambassador to the United States on Monday, weeks after Israeli forces conducted an airstrike on a high rise building in Gaza that housed the news service and other media outlets. Ambassador Gilad Erdan met with AP President and CEO Gary Pruitt and Vice President of International News Ian...
    A video has emerged showing a man slapping French President Emmanuel Macron across the face during a visit to a town in the country’s Southeast on Tuesday.  The footage – which has been confirmed by Macron’s office as authentic – begins with the French leader walking toward a crowd lined up at barriers in Tain-l’Hermitage, offering his greetings. ...
    Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid pleads not guilty to crash that injured a young girl. On Monday, former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid, son of head coach Andy Reid, pleaded not guilty to driving while intoxicated causing serious physical injury, according to the Associated Press. In addition to pleading not...
    The Sleek New Hydro Flask Dinnerware at Nordstrom Is the Perfect Fathers Day Gift for Your Outdoorsy Dad Numbers inside Japans efforts to host the Olympics amid COVID-19 NEW YORK (AP) — It's almost time for all those famous Kardashians to shuffle off to Hulu and new projects as their 20-season reality TV mainstay...
    After two consecutive dry years, the California drought is back. How bad is it? "This is the worst drought since 1977," said Ernest Conant, the federal Bureau of Reclamation’s California regional director. California melon farmer Joe Del Bosque called it "an economic disaster." "We can’t plant crops, we have no jobs, and there will be...
    PERU — Rally: On Thursday, supporters of Free Peru party presidential candidate Pedro Castillo attended his closing campaign rally in Lima. The June 6 election will ask Peruvian voters to choose between a political novice who has scared businesses by promising to overhaul the key mining industry, and a career politician whose father is a...
    Amazon Has a Record Low Price on Beats Solo Pro Wireless Headphones French Open schedule 2021: Full draws, TV coverage, channels & more to watch every tennis match LONDON (AP) — The dress Princess Diana wore at her 1981 wedding to Prince Charles went on public display Thursday at the late princess's former home...
                         Presented by Citizens' Climate Lobby     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can...
    Southerlands Chris Rogers Marries Katie Cashman — All the Details from Their Wedding NY attorney general James demands Kodak CEO testify on alleged insider trading During the NFL's extensive history, there have been many great uniforms. There also have been some outfits that have widely been scorned. Here are the worst uniforms ever: ...
    CLEVELAND (AP) — Adam Eaton hit a two-run homer and José Abreu had a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning to give the Chicago White Sox an 8-6 win over Cleveland in the first game of a doubleheader. Indians starter Triston McKenzie struck out eight straight hitters to set a club record. READ MORE: Illinois...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Javier Báez and Patrick Wisdom each homered twice, helping Kohl Stewart and the Chicago Cubs beat the San Diego Padres 7-2. Pressed into action after Trevor Williams had an appendectomy Sunday morning, Stewart pitched five innings of one-run ball in his first major league win since July 21, 2019, for Minnesota. READ...
    A top Associated Press editor on Sunday defended the news wire's decision to fire reporter Emily Wilder over pro-Palestinian tweets. During an appearance on CNN’s Reliable Sources, AP managing editor Brian Carovillano told host Brian Stelter that Wilder was fired because she showed “clear bias” with her tweets "toward one side and against another in one of the...
    Joe Lara, the star of 1996s "Tarzan: The Epic Adventures," died Saturday when a small plane crashed into a Tennessee lake, according to local authorities and the Associated Press. He was 58. His wife, author and faith-based diet program founder Gwen Lara, was also involved in the crash, along with five others. The Associated Press...
    Emma Stone says becoming Cruella de Vil was difficult due to Disneys smoking ban in its films AMC Entertainment’s 130% spike this week isn’t done yet, analyst speculates — here’s why Japan announced Friday that it was extending the latest COVID-19 state of emergency in the country through mid-June, adding even more questions and...
    The gunman who killed nine people at a California transit agency facility this week may have impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, local therapists claim, according to a report.  While authorities described the gunman, Samuel Cassidy, as "a highly disgruntled VTA employee for many years," which may have contributed to him targeting the victims -- Isaac Smith,...
    Can a progressive Latina become New York Citys first Hispanic mayor? San Jose shooting victims: What we know about the 9 killed WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's $6 trillion budget proposal for next year would run a $1.8 trillion federal government deficit despite a raft of new tax increases on corporations and high-income...
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Chicago Cubs took advantage of some heads-up baserunning by Jose Baez to edge the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3. Baez got in a rundown between home and first after a routine grounder, buying time for Willson Contreras to score all the way from second. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Windy And Wet Baez reached...
    40 Garage Sale Finds That Could Secretly Be Worth a Ton Country Music Star Chase Rice Found a Roundabout Way to Realize His NFL Dreams LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nearly four decades ago, “Romancing the Stone” introduced audiences to the crackling chemistry between Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner. © Provided by Associated Press This...
    The Associated Press admitted to making mistakes over its firing of reporter Emily Wilder for her previous college activism. The news outlet held a town hall on Wednesday, according to The Washington Post which obtained an audio recording of the meeting. Brian Carovillano, managing editor of AP, remarked that the mistakes were “mistakes of process, and...
    Executives at the Associated Press reportedly acknowledged to staff that "mistakes" were made in the firing of its recently-hired news associate Emily Wilder.  The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that AP managing editor Brian Carovillano told staff during a town hall that while it was "the right decision" to terminate Wilder over her social media...
    Four killed, three injured in multivehicle crash in Virginia Why the Allies and the Nazis learned opposite lessons from the first major airborne invasion in history LOS ANGELES (AP) — Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are continuing their mental health series with a virtual town hall featuring Lady Gaga, Glenn Close and others. ©...
    Amazon’s #1 best-selling 2K camera drone is $57 thanks to a rare double discount Champions League final 2021: Date, time, odds, TV schedule & location for Chelsea vs. Manchester City NEW YORK (AP) — John Krasinski, whose “A Quiet Place Part II” is one of the biggest studio releases to open exclusively in theaters...
    More than 100 staffers from the Associated Press signed an open letter slamming the recent firing of Emily Wilder, a news associate who was let go after pro-Palestinian social media posts she had written when she was in college went viral. Wilder was ousted Friday over an alleged violation of the outlet's social media policy,...
    The Associated Press staff published an open letter about the fate of Emily Wilder, who was fired from her job after the surfacing of anti-Israel comments that she made in college. She was fired after the Stanford College Republicans pointed out Wilder’s pro-Palestine activism in college and the comments that she had made, such as...
    More than 100 Associated Press reporters signed an open letter Monday protesting the firing of Emily Wilder, who was let go after her tweets about past college activism surfaced. “Journalists demand transparency from the subjects of our reporting and seek to hold the powerful accountable,” the letter stated. That’s why we strongly disapprove of the...
    New York (CNN Business)More than 100 employees at the Associated Press have signed an open letter calling for more information about the recent firing of 22-year-old journalist Emily Wilder.Wilder's ouster, and the newswire's lack of candor about its cause, has caused a rare uproar inside the storied news organization.Monday's open letter said the lack of...
    Ronald Greene death: Louisiana State Police release videos from 2019 encounter Pope Francis set to get first all-electric Popemobile from Fisker in 2022 © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon were seen visiting the Santa Fe Building in downtown while out running a few errands together on Friday.  As...
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    A reporter who was just hired by the Associated Press last month is now out of a job after pro-Palestinian social media posts she had written during college went viral.  AP news associate Emily Wilder, who graduated from Stanford University in 2020 and had worked for the Arizona Republic, was the target of backlash after...
    Reporter Emily Wilder, who joined the Associated Press last month, is no longer working at the company, Mediaite has confirmed. Her departure comes after a chapter of the College Republicans flagged her involvement in a pro-Palestine group while in college, as well as comments she made about Israel and Palestine. Reached for comment, a...
    CHICAGO (CBS/AP) — Ian Happ homered twice and drove in three runs, helping the Chicago Cubs beat the Washington Nationals 5-2. Happ put Chicago ahead to stay with a two-run shot in the third inning. He also led off the fifth with his sixth homer. READ MORE: City Launches Chicago Works Community Challenge To Award $1.5...